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What is Trekking? Trekking types in Nepal.

Trekking Information means out from a given country, city, town, and village to walking and hiking to the villages, terraces, crop fields, streams, and valley to mountains view of the mountains, including on trek to glacier and desert part along the trek. Trip trekking is usually not higher than the 5550M. Trekking and hiking along the trails that form the main links between Nepal remote villages and settlement. It is one of the country`s major attractions the world trekking was almost unknown in Nepal until the 16th centuries but these days many visitors are coming to the Nepalese Himalayan trek and hike for their holiday.

In Nepal, we have many types of trekking such a way we have Tea House Trek, Camping Trek, Cultural Home Stay Trek, and Climbing, and Expedition in Climbing Sector.

Tea house trekking is well-developed in most of the trekking regions. Good accommodation lodging is available. A variety of foods are available choosing from the menu and Nepali Dal Bhat (Rice, Vegetable Curry, Lentil, Pickle, etc) Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner. These trekking regions include Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang, etc,

Camping Trekking describes making a full camp, taking salt to gold. We provide a full staff including a Guide, Sherpa, Cook, and Porters to carry all the food and gear for the full days of trekking. Prepare hot and delicious meals, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Team set up the campsite, and carry all of your personal gear that you wish and we manage

Home Stay Trekking means staying in local houses and community lodges if they have them. Local food is provided, the menu depends on availability. There will be a guide and porter to carry your bag. This is the best way to study the local culture and lifestyle.

Climbing and Expedition are synonyms of adventure lovers. Those people who really like to be at the top of the Mountains then you should choose these services. There are two types of adventures; if you choose easy and less than 600M peak then it is called climbing and if you do technical peaks and above 600M then ic is called Expedition.

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Why trek in Nepal?

Trekking in Nepal is the best syllabus for all visitors in the Himalayan trek. Where we can observe uniqueness and unforgettable experience in a complete holiday but four, in particular, describe as follows.

Scenery: –

All over the world, there are fourteen highest mountains above the 8000M. But eight of fourteen are in the Himalayan country of Nepal, including the highest mountain Mt. Everest (8848 m). If you want to see it closer, you should trek Everest Base Camp.

During the walking time, you have to cross through villages, tropical lowlands, and alpine meadows. And spring season awesome rhododendron flowers will bloom and many kinds of wild animals and birds too.


Geographically, 83 percent of the majority of the Nepalese population lives in the countryside in scattered, tiny villages. But only 17 percent live in the urban areas according to the latest national census. Even in the high mountains, small settlements of stone houses and yak pasture make every possible flat space much of the fascination.

The trek derived from the opportunity to observe life in these villages. Where people truly live off the land using only a few manufactured items such as soap, kerosene, paper, and matches.

Which are imported in a bamboo basket carried by barefoot porters?

The trekking trail is led during the trek photos of villages inhabited by Sherpa, Magar, Gurung, and Tamang in the highland. Brahmin, Chhetri, and Newars in the lower altitudes. These are among the many ethnic groups that exist in Nepal.

People: –

Along with trekking, you can see an innocent local native of that region so trekkers are always impressed by their looks. And they ready to capture them on their big and nice camera. The people are in the hilly region; they are really well known to all trekkers and have cultural hospitality. Make entertainment with local cultural programs in some villages with their local instruments, with a mother and a young group. So it makes the trek colorful and brilliant views of the Himalayas mountains.

Safety: –

Trekking is interesting and ever-changing but it can be seen in reliable safety and free during your holiday. It is advisable to trek in groups, at least with a porter or a guide. It doesn’t mean that you cannot trek on your own but if you are with a guide and porter, you will have more time to enjoy nature and the Himalayas’ view to make your holiday fruitful.

Height: –

Trekking in Nepal is not as popular as mountaineering but trekking aims to see mountains so somewhere we should go on a base camp trek and climb up to the top of rocky hills. The trek starts from the city, remote village, and viewpoint place, so the trail leads to between 1000 and 3000 meters, but trekking to Everest Base Camp will reach 5345 meters, and Kalapathar is 5550M, meters. Most of the time, you remain within the altitude average range of 1500 to 2000 meters.

When trekking in Nepal Himalayas? How do I choose the right trekking season?

Nepal is a geographically rich country in the world; I mean, we have low land to the highest peak in the world. Trekking in Nepal is something we can do all year, but it differs in route, elevation, and months of trekking. We divided into four specials into different seasons of trekking in Himalayan Nepal.

Best Season: –

Autumn season is known as (September-October and November), this time is perfect for trekking holidays in Nepal, clear weather, spectacular views, and nice weather not very hot and not very hot.

Snow Season:-

Winter season is time of snowfall in the Himalayas region (December-January and February), This time is cold season due to snowfall in trekking route but we can do short trekking and it is an amazing trip in the Himalayas Nepal plays with snow and take awesome pictures of white places and all-white mountains and best season for snow lover and enjoy with snow.

Expedition Season: – 

The spring season is the months of (March-April and May). This month’s the best time for the expedition teams; that’s way past expedition season. It is mildly warm at lower elevations but occasionally hazy, with beautiful views of mountains at higher elevations over 4000 m. The views of the mountains are excellent and the temperature is quite moderate, even at night. This is the second-best season for trekkers in Nepal.

Rainy and Green Season:

The summer season (June, July, and August) is green in every way. During the summer season, you can trek in the rain-shadow areas north of the Himalayan part like the Mustang, Upper Manang, Everest Trek, and Dolpo Trekking. Those areas are barren regions with very little rain and clouds, which are not affected by rain due to high mountains, and are easy to trek for trekkers

Medical Matters for trekkers.

Medical kits are important for human beings, but they do not always guarantee the safety and care of life those people are trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal. It is very important to take them along the trek because trekking means walking in remote places in Nepal, and it’s quite difficult to get Medicare along the way and to maintain and make sure you are physically and mentally fit during the trek.

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)

AMS is a particularly important medical consideration when trekking in Nepal. Those trekkers who get altitude need to ascent too rapidly to elevation above 3000 m. The initial symptoms of AMS are as follows:.

  • Nausea, Vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Insomnia/sleeplessness
  • Persistent headache
  • Dizziness, lightheartedness, and confusion
  • Disorientation, drunken gait
  • Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs
  • Slight swelling of hand and face
  • Breathlessness and Breathing irregularity
  • Reduce urine output.


The above symptoms are not very serious and are not the only cure for altitude sickness. One has to descend to a lower elevation of 500 m, and it has no other care.

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